A guide to the houses of ill fame for the 1895 encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic in Louisville, Ky. Published by Wentworth Publishing House Printers in 1895. Topics: Prostitution--Kentucky--Louisville, Folklore--Kentucky, Grand Army of the Republic
An illustrated book containing information about Louisville, Kentucky's growth, resources, commerce, manufactures, financial interests, public institutions, and prospects. Also contains reviews of New Albany and Jeffersonville, Indiana. Published by Acme Publishing and Engraving Co. of Chicago, Illinois. Topics: Louisville (Ky.)--Description and travel, Industries--Kentucky--Louisville
Statistics, facts and photographs of Louisville, Kentucky from the late 1800s and early 1900s. Extracted from The Louisville Evening Post Atlas of the World. Topics: Louisville (Ky.)--Economic conditions, Louisville (Ky.)--Description and travel
Mostly illustrated book about Louisville, Kentucky. Contains photographs of street scenes, buildings, and neighborhoods. Published in 1889 by the H.R. Page & Company. Topic: Louisville (Ky.)--Pictorial works
A souvenir book of the city of Louisville, Kentucky created for distribution during the G.A.R. (Grand Army of the Republic) encampment. Includes descriptions and portraits of government officials and business owners, illustrations and photographs of buildings, businesses and residences in the city and advertisements. Topic: Louisville (Ky.)--Commerce--Directories
byRetail Merchants Association of (Louisville, Ky.)
A booklet containing twelve color illustrations of Louisville, Kentucky. Contains photographs of street scenes, buildings, and neighborhoods. Published in the early 1900s by the Retail Merchants Association of Louisville, Kentucky. Topics: Retail Merchants Association of (Louisville, Ky.), Louisville (Ky.)--Buildings, structures,...
Contains an historical sketch of Louisville, Kentucky from 1778 to 1844, including the trade and statistics of the city, city and county officers, river distances and a general directory. Compiled by Nathaniel Peabody Poor and published in Louisville by W.N. Haldeman. (Missing pages 6-7, 65-68, 257-258) Topics: Louisville (Ky.)--Directories, Louisville (Ky.)--History
Selected memoirs of D.H. Smith who was a colonel of the 5th Kentucky cavalry (Confederate) and served under General John H. Morgan during his various raids. Topics: Smith, Dabney Howard, 1821-1889, Morgan, John Hunt, 1825-1864, Confederate States of America. Army....
Includes brief biographies of prominent citizens of Jackson City, Kentucky and advertisements printed throughout the volume. Topics: Breathitt County (Ky.)--Description and travel, Jackson City (Ky.)--Description and travel
A book containing thirty-one black and white illustrations of Louisville, Kentucky. Includes photographs of street scenes, buildings, bridges, and parks. Published in the early 1900s by C.T. Dearing of Louisville, Kentucky. Topic: Louisville (Ky.)--Pictorial works
Memorial of Reverend John Nicholas Norton by the wardens and vestry of the Christ Church Cathedral, Louisville, Kentucky. Topics: Norton, John N. (John Nicholas), 1820-1881, Episcopalians--Kentucky--Louisville--Biography,...
Description and history of jails in Louisville, Kentucky. Contents include information about jail rules, facilities and services provided, particularly in regard to education. Topics: Prisoners--Education--Kentucky--Louisville, Foster School (Louisville, Ky.)--History, Jefferson...
A book containing thirty-one black and white illustrations of Louisville, Kentucky. Includes photographs of street scenes, buildings, monuments, and parks. Published in the early 1900s for F.M. Kirby & Co. of Louisville, Kentucky. Topic: Louisville (Ky.)--Pictorial works.
A history of the Presbyterian Church in Louisville, Kentucky from 1816-1896. Includes a portrait of Rev. Edward L. Warren. Reprinted from Memorial History of Louisville. Topics: First Presbyterian Church (Louisville, Ky.)--History
A book describing Kentucky's principal cities and towns, protective and commercial ability, financial and trade resources, etc. Includes advertisements, photographs, portraits and drawings. Issued by the Kentucky Division of the Travelers Protective Association of America. Topic: Kentucky--Description and travel
A manual written by Rev. E.N. Sawtell, Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Louisville, Kentucky. Originally published in 1833 and updated in 1927 by Elizabeth Aiken Barbour of the woman's auxiliary. Topics: Second Presbyterian Church (Louisville, Ky.), Presbyterian Church--Kentucky--Louisville
Produced by the Travelers' Protective Association of America, representing the manufacturing, wholesale, railway, banking, professional and commercial interests of the state in general. Includes histories, descriptions, photographs and maps of various places in Kentucky. Edited by T. Edgar Harvey. Topics: Kentucky--Description and travel, Kentucky--Economic conditions
For 1883-1884. Contains a list of householders, arranged by streets and numbers, a complete classified commercial directory, a record of city officers, churches, courts, secret and other societies, etc. Printed by the Courier-Journal Job Printing Company in Louisville, Kentucky. Topics: Business enterprises--Kentucky--Louisville, Louisville (Ky.)--Directories
An industrial history of Louisville, Kentucky, including black and white portraits and biographies of several of the city's leading men. Photographically illustrated by E. Klauber and published by John P. Morton in Louisville. Topic: Louisville (Ky.)--History
A tourist guide of Scotland from the late 19th century. Includes descriptions, illustrations, advertisements and a color map of the London, Northwestern and Caledonian Railways. Topic: Scotland--Description and travel--1801-1900
The story of an African American maid known as Aunt Cilla and her service to the Howell and Carothers families of Bardstown, Kentucky in the late 19th century. Topics: Bardstown (Ky.)--Biography, Bardstown (Ky.)--History
A biography of Booker T. Washington written by Elbert Hubbard as part of the Little Journeys to the Homes of Great Teachers series : Volume 23, Number 1. Includes a portrait of Mr. Washington. Topics: Washington, Booker T., 1856-1915, African American teachers--Biography
Contains biographical information and a portrait of Robert Owen, the business man. Part of the Little Journeys series: Vol. 24, No. 1. From the cover: "Done into a book by the Roycrofters at their shop which is in East Aurora, Erie County, New York." Topic: Owen, Robert, 1771-1858.
byPirtle, James S. (James Speed), 1840-1919; McDermott, Edward J. (Edward John), 1852-1926
The speeches of John S. Pirtle and E.J. McDermott in opposition to the election of Charles D. Jacob as mayor of Louisville, Ky. Topics: Campaign literature--1896--Republican, Mayors--Kentucky--Louisville--Election, Political...
A history of the Louisville Law Library from 1839-1912 written by Lilian Semple Truman. Includes portraits of charter members and a photograph of one of the library rooms. Topics: Louisville Law Library Company, Law libraries--Kentucky--Louisville
A year book of the Southern Police Institute at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky from 1951-1952. Includes a history of the Institute's establishment, building, curriculum, a list of instructors and alumni. Also includes photographs of various methods of instruction and portraits of staff and President of the University. Topic: University of Louisville--History
Twelve black and white photographs of the Indiana State Prison South in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Published in New Albany, Indiana by C. Heimberger & Son in 1890. Topics: Indiana State Prison South (Jeffersonville, Ind.)--Pictorial works, Prisons--Indiana--Pictorial...
The official souvenir program of the National Negro Business League's tenth annual session, which was held August 18-20, 1909 in Louisville, Kentucky. Contains a list of members, information about Louisville, portraits and advertisements. Topic: African Americans--Kentucky--Louisville
A book featuring the history and reputation of the Blue Lick Springs and The Arlington Hotel of Nicholas County, Kentucky from 1886. Includes an analysis of the Springs' water, descriptions of various rooms in the hotel, black and white illustrations of the buildings and a map of the Blue Grass Route. Also includes directions and rates for the hotel. Topics: Health resorts--Kentucky--Nicholas County--Guidebooks, Springs--Kentucky--Nicholas...
byNorthrop, Henry Davenport, 1836-1909; Gay, Joseph R.; Penn, I. Garland (Irvine Garland), 1867-1930
Subtitle: "A manual of self-improvement for the colored race, forming an educational emancipator and a guide to success, giving examples and achievements of successful men and women of the race as an incentive and inspiration to the rising generation, including Afro-American progress illustrated, the whole embracing, business, social, domestic, historical, and religious education." From the Collection of Jacquelyn T. Cole: digitized with permission of the owner and placed in the... Topics: African Americans--Education, African Americans--Biography, African Americans--Life skills guides
A brief history of the University of Louisville focusing on its financial status. Created in conjunction with a campaign to raise funds for the University's endowment. Topic: University of Louisville--History, Universities and colleges--Kentucky--Louisville--History
An address delivered before the Alumni Association of Jefferson Medical College, April 1, 1885. Reprinted from American Practitioner. Topics: Personality and cognition, Perceptual learning, Perception, Learning, Psychology of
Revised by the National Division of the United States, at its third annual session, held in the city of New York, June, 1846. Printed in Louisville, Kentucky by John C. Noble. Includes constitution, by-laws, rules of order, a list of officers and members, resolutions adopted by the grand division and decisions made by the national division. Topics: Temperance--Kentucky--Societies, etc.
Contains the text of the sermon preached by John N. Norton, Rector of Ascension Church: Frankfort, Kentucky at the re-opening of Christ Church in Louisville, Kentucky on September 11, 1850. Published in Louisville by Hulls and Shannon, Printers. Topics: Christ Church Cathedral (Louisville, Ky.), Church maintenance and repair
An extract from the journal of Vincent Gilpin's journey on horseback "into the mountain fastnesses and to the firesides of mountaineers and moonshiners of Kentucky and the Virginias." Contains several black and white illustrations of various places, people and items found along the way. Preface and illustrations by Sanford L. Cluett. Topic: Kentucky--History
A history of the New York Institution for the blind from 1833. Includes biographical notices, institution by-laws and lists of donors. Also includes samples of printing for the blind and an illustration of the alphabet for the blind. Topics: New York Institution for the Blind, New York Institution for the Blind--By-laws,...